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Man Group names Dr. Douglas Greenig as new AHL CRO

Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Man Group plc, the global alternative investment manager, announced an addition to the management team at AHL, its industry-leading quantitative managed futures manager.

Dr. Douglas Greenig will become AHL’s Chief Risk Officer and a member of the AHL Management Committee. Doug has a distinguished 20-year career in the industry, having held senior trading and management roles at leading institutions, including RBS Greenwich Capital and Fortress.

Matthew Sargaison, currently CRO, will become AHL’s Chief Investment Officer. In this capacity Matthew will assume responsibility for approving and monitoring strategies in client trading.

Tim Wong, AHL Chief Executive said:

“I am pleased to announce a further strengthening of both the team at AHL and the Management Committee, with the appointment of Douglas Greenig as Chief Risk Officer. Doug’s substantial trading and risk management experience across a wide range of products and markets, both systematic and discretionary, makes him an invaluable addition.

Meanwhile, Matthew Sargaison’s new role as Chief Investment Officer will allow him to apply the experience he has gained over the past three years as CRO more directly to client trading. I look forward to working with both Doug and Matthew in their new roles. ”

Doug Greenig has a Ph.D in Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley and a degree in economics from Princeton University. He is a Fellow of New York University’s Courant Institute, where he taught risk management and econometrics.

Matthew Sargaison holds an MA in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Sheffield. He re-joined AHL in 2009, having spent 13 years working in major financial institutions, following an initial stint at AHL between 1992 and 1995. Corporate website: Source

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